Also Known As
- Simon Jones
|Ford Racing 3 (2005)||(Head of Internal Development)|
|LMA Manager 2003 (2002)||(Studio Head)|
|Diabolik: The Original Sin (2009)||(Development Manager)|
|Double Dragon (2007)||(Executive Producers)|
|Ford Bold Moves Street Racing (2006)||(Senior Executive Producer)|
|International Cricket Captain 2006 (2006)||(Producer)|
|Reservoir Dogs (2006)||(Senior Executive Producer)|
|Taito Legends 2 (2006)||(Executive Producers)|
|Taito Legends (2005)||(Executive Producer)|
|Ford Racing 3 (2004)||(Head of Internal Development)|
|Battle Master (1990)||(Design Team)|
|Battle for the Ashes (1995)||(Programmed by)|
|Pinkie (1994)||(Additional Routines)|
|Allan Border's Cricket (1993)||(Programmed by)|
|Battle Master (1990)||(Programming)|
|Starship Troopers (2005)||(Special Thanks To)|
|Cannon Fodder (2000)||(With Thanks to)|
|Ford Street Racing (XR Edition) (2007)||(Head of Development)|
Simon is CEO of Lightning Fish Games; a games developer in Oxfordshire, UK that he founded in 2008 with Mike Montgomery and David Hunt. Lightning Fish specialises in family-oriented games that bring high production values to a mass-market audience.
Simon has been in the game industry since 1988 holding the following key roles: Executive Producer at Codemasters, Head of Development at Empire Interactive and Head of Development at Black Bean Games. Simon also ran the games development consultancy DevelopTrak working with many high profile developers and publishers.
Simon has been responsible for several million-selling franchises including LMA Manager, Flatout, Ford Racing, Taito Legends and Club Football. His 30+ published games have been on every major console platform including PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, DS, PS2 and PSP.
Last updated: Mar 16, 2009